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Female inmate helped smuggle meth-laced greeting cards into prison

Nicoll Koval, 25, had been sentenced in June 2011 to a year in prison for a hit-and-run incident that had occurred the previous year

Huffington Post

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — A former nursing student in San Diego has pleaded guilty to assisting inmates to sneak meth-laced greeting cards into jail, Rancho Bernard Patch reports.

Nicoll Koval, 25, had been sentenced in June 2011 to a year in prison for a hit-and-run incident that had occurred the previous year, according to UT San Diego.

While in prison, Koval made phone calls to assist a fellow inmate smuggle in greeting cards that had been soaked in a liquid form methamphetamine.

Full story: Nicoll Koval Helped Smuggle Meth-Laced Greeting Cards Into Prison

San Diego, California News Station - KFMB Channel 8 - cbs8.com



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